White Rabbit has been released by Big Time Gaming, and for them it is a fairly normal game, as they’ve designed a few others in the past that use the same unusual type of layout. The theme they went with revolves around one of the characters from Alice in Wonderland, the White Rabbit.
If you look at the game’s 5 reels, you will find that they offer the most unusual part of the game. The Megaways, or the ways to win as other games call them, are spread across those 5 reels, but the number will vary each round. At most, regular spins will offer 16,807 Megaways in the base game, or up to 248,832 during free games. Looking at the game’s rewards, you will find that the best ones can get up to $500 at most, but that’s for only one of the thousands of potential payouts that you could get from a single round. Among the slot’s features, there are Feature Drops, free spins, wilds and options like the extending reels.
Betting and Prizes
The White Rabbit’s betting range is between $0.10 and $20. It’s not a huge range, but it allows the game to remain accessible to all players.
You will be using the total stake as a basis for the rewards that will be offered, the best combo paying 25x total stake, so up to $500. Luckily, there is a huge number of Megaways on which such symbols can appear, bringing you a lot of these smaller rewards in one go.
White Rabbit Slot Features
There is a pretty long list of potential features that you can have in White Rabbit, but as usual it will start with the wild symbol. Showing us Alice and a Wild logo together, the symbol is present on the reels 2, 3, 4 and 5. The ability to substitute for any other symbol is there, provided that the features don’t need its assistance.
The Caterpillar, which is next to the reels, not on it, will randomly decide to add up to four bonus wilds. These bonus wilds are going to apply 2x or 3x multipliers to the wins that they contribute to.
The scattered White Rabbit is the trigger for the 15 free spins, but you will need it present on all three middle columns. Once you get into the free spins, the White Rabbit is no longer used.
During free spins, there is a feature called Extending Reels, which will add more symbols to your columns, whenever you have a Cupcake symbol land. At most, you can get 12 symbols on each reel, and that’s how the free spins can deliver up to 248,832 Megaways on 5 reels. The feature is retriggered when you get a reel to the maximum of 12 symbols.
A Feature Drop is an option that you get in White Rabbit, to pay in exchange for a feature trigger. You have to pay up to 100x the stake to do that, so up to $2,000 might be the cost for this feature at first, but in time the price drops and eventually you get it for free if you wait for it long enough. To reduce the price, you use Feature Drop symbols which appear on the reels.
Theme & Design
The theme is one that you will find plenty of competitors for, using the story of Alice in Wonderland as inspiration. You have the White Rabbit, the Red Queen, Alice and a range of poker cards with different characters and objects next to them. The design is usually a struggle for Big Time Gaming, and you can see it in this slot as well.
White Rabbit manages to offer a unique experience, and that’s about as much as you can ask of a game these days. It also has an impressively high average RTP, so it definitely pays to try this slot.